How to Add the Bates Numbering to an Article from Google Book Search or Web Search Using Sea's online, searchable bates numbering software, you can add a Bates number (and more than one) to an article from Google or another search engine, and save your PDF as an .HTML or a .PDF file, or share it on your blog, or in one of the many online forums. How to Add Bates Numbering to an Article from Wikipedia Websites such as Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, contain the most comprehensive database of information in the world today. Wikipedia is frequently used to index articles and provides links to the full text of that article. To add the Bates Number to an article: Click on the pages button. Select the Wikipedia article, the Wikipedia article number (the number at the top), and the Wikipedia article title. The top section of the “Contents” portion, where the name of the article is displayed under that section heading, should have the word “Bates” at the bottom. Type the number of the Bates number into the boxes next to the text boxes. If there is a blank box next to the number, simply type the number that you want in the space provided. How to Add the Bates Numbering to an Article from an Article Database If your document has an article database, such as Wikipedia, then you can use this software to add the Bates number to the document. To add Bates numbering to: 1. Select the pages‹‹‹Pages‧‹‹Bates button. Select the Wikipedia article number at the top of the window, and the article title in the lower panel. 2. Click Add. 3. You can also use this software to add the Bates number to an article from a Web search. Click pages‒‹‹Pages to view a list of articles and their Bates numbering. Select the Bates number of the article, and click Add.